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Nov 15, 2012 8:00pm PST
. >> there were a fortune that sequence of events. the with the california energy commission 422 production problems in the state's tight market specifically the october 1st emergency shutdown. the and it took about five days for this to get back up and running it was the straw that broke the camel's back. >> one expert testified that it is unlikely that evidence of shady dealings will be uncovered. >> it is on very helpful that any on doing will be found. if they are polluting, that is illegal. but i think there we can investigate until our hearts' content of we're not we find out. >> morris said that light needed to be shed on oil companies before market manipulation could be ruled out. if the we do not know if it is a real shortage or if they're offering are not operating. dark markets are highly profitable. and many insiders usually are profitable. >> the state senator said that they did not fit all the answers they need it today they plan on continuing to investigate. maureen kelly, kron 4 news. >> this nationwide theft targeting the bay area. how they are scrambling to get
Nov 7, 2012 8:00pm PST
business they two in the state of california. the extra money goes to his energy efficient and energy products. and also yes and proposition 44. >>pam: proposition q what that means for local fire. >> office last stitch effort to save contra costa county was the fire attacks. they receive the majority of its revenue from property taxes. with measure q, if they would have paid $75 for seven years. that would help generate $70 million towards the budget. that two-thirds needed did not happen. among by july 1st will have just 22 companies from 30 companies in 2010. further cuts and further closures are going to be no longer response times and that is going to be a fires are going to get bigger and from the medical response standpoint we're not going to be able to intervene as quickly as recorded. if there was a heart attack or stroke. >> because the fire his understaffed. the fire staff is understaffed. >> because there been so many open positions it is not anticipated that firefighters are going to be laid off as a station closures. >> we're told the fire district is using its reserves
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